Yorkshire projects – progress on site

Three of our projects in the Yorkshire region are continuing to make great progress on site with updates below:

Darley Street Markets, Bradford

The project recently celebrated a milestone with the completion of the main demolition phase of the project, meaning that works have begun to construct the new multi-million-pound market.

Current progress on site includes:

  • 220mm diameter Odex piles under both concrete lift cores have been installed.
  • Public Lift – in-situ concrete core walls are currently been formed by GRKC, with the Goods Lift to follow.
  • Concrete bases for the new steel frame are planned to be formed over the next period.
  • The projected start date for the new steel frame is the end of June 2022.

Diana Princess of Wales Hospital, Grimsby

As works progress to the brand-new emergency care facilities worth £22m at the Diana Princess of Wales Hospital in Grimsby for Northern Lincolnshire & Goole NHS Foundation Trust.

Current progress on site is:

  • Finishing trades are now well underway with floor finishes, ceilings, decoration, and IPS
  • Electrical second fix and medical trunking second fix works are underway
  • External works are progressing with the formation of the new bus route and footpaths ahead of tarmac being laid at the end of the month
  • The substation is progressing well and is ready to receive incoming HV power

Lelley Fields Crematorium

Last year we were appointed by East Riding of Yorkshire Council to deliver the new £8.2m Bereavement Project, known as Lelley Fields Crematorium.

Fast forward 6 months and works are progressing well on site with the following taking place:

  • Bulk earthworks, vibro stone compaction, and structural steelwork have been completed
  • Single-ply membrane rood has commenced
  • Ground floor slabs have commenced
  • SFS and façade works due to commence at the beginning of May
  • Cremator equipment delivery due in September
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